Elsense specialists are software and electronics engineers with around 50 years of experience between us. Our background is the automotive industry - in particular development of safety-critical transmission and driveline systems.
Our experience spans low volume, high-value niche vehicles throught to high-volume everyday vehicles.
We've worked previously with the biggest OEM names producing highly advanced products capable of meeting demands for higher performance, better fuel economy and lowest possible cost to the end owner. Software written by our engineers is running today in the transmissions of around 3 million road vehicles.
Current projects ongoing in Elsense are applicable to automotive, avionics and consumer industries.
Customers welcome a listening ear, a shoulder to cry on, an honest opinion, a pragmatic approach, and most importantly - a viable solution. We provide engineering consultant services to help customers solve complex problems.
If your system needs sensors, actuators, communications, and electronic controllers, we can help you. Finding the right components is important, but so is assembling them together to make a coherent whole system. Only doing that will you get an optimised solution for performance and cost.
Once you have your components, analysing their potential failure modes is a vital step in mitigating against faults. We are highly experienced in the analysis techniques needed to support systems with high safety integrity.
Elsense engineers design electronic hardware for use as prototyping demonstrators or for volume production. We have developed excellent manufacturing partners for low and high volume applications over the years, and know how to turn a design on a computer into a finished product in your hand.
We have designed control software from a clean sheet of paper into a tested, validated and certificated volume release under stringent configuration and version management protocols. Most of our historic work is in transmission and driveline systems, clutches, gear actuators and the like.
If you're looking to solve a problem - the answer is in the test data. Getting the right information is important, but so is looking at the minute details of a log. As always the devil is in the detail!